Jack Jiang

Senior ETF Specialist, Index and Quantitative Investment
ICBC Credit Suisse Asset Management (International) Co., Ltd.
Biography

Mr. Jack Jiang joined ICBC Credit Suisse Asset Management (International) Co., Ltd. as Senior ETF Specialist of Index and Quantitative Investment Department in November 2017.

Before joining ICBC CS (International), Mr. Jiang was Director, Head of China client coverage team of S&P Dow Jones Indices, where he led the effort on sales and marketing in China. Prior to that, he was the head of the sales team of Dow Jones Newswire in China. Mr. Jiang had also worked for Platts, another subsidiary of S&P Global as Head of Beijing office.

Mr. Jiang holds double degree, a Bachelor degree of Economy in International Economy and Business, and a Bachelor degree of Science in Automobile Engineering, with a minor degree in Computer Science, from Beijing Polytechnic University.

Author Archives: Jack Jiang

“Counter-cyclical” adjustment factor resumed to anchor Chinese currency

China resumed CNY fixing “counter-cyclical” adjustment factor The People’s Bank of China (PBOC) announced on August 24 that China’s CNY fixing reporting banks have resumed the counter-cyclical adjustment (CCA) factor in the CNY official midpoint this month. This is the second move of Chinese authorities after the adoption of a 20% reserve requirement of FX Read more […]

Proactive Fiscal Policy to Be More Proactive: Takeaways From China’s State Council Executive Meeting on July 23, 2018

On July 23, 2018, China’s state council executive meeting hosted by Premier Li Keqiang announced that fiscal and monetary policy will be further fine-tuned to boost domestic demand. The meeting reiterated that China will strike a balance between “easing and tightening” and keep liquidity “reasonable and sufficient.” It was also stressed that China will not Read more […]

Quality over quantity: China’s Economic Growth Focus in 2018 – Part 2

After the Central Economic Work Conference (CEWC), specific plans and targets have been set for China’s economy. What are the investment opportunities followed the CEWC? Investment outlook To achieve high-quality development, the government will promote consumption and private investment to drive growth. Rural reform targeting to alleviate the poverty such as restoring land use rights Read more […]

Quality Over Quantity: China’s Economic Growth Focus in 2018 – Part 1

The Central Economic Work Conference (CEWC) was held in Beijing on 18-20 December, 2017. As the first CEWC after the 19th Party Congress, it set the tone for China’s central government’s economic policies in 2018. They are crucial to the long-term development of the world’s second-largest economy. Highlights of the CEWC (1) High-quality development over Read more […]